Daily Must Reads in Media and Technology, March 14, 2016

    by Courtney Lowery Cowgill
    March 14, 2016

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    1. Digital First Media Bids $45.5M for Orange County Register, Riverside Press-Enterprise (Beau Yarbrough / Inland Valley Daily Bulletin)

    2. Turkish Government ‘Blocks Twitter and Facebook’ As Part of Alleged Media Ban Following Ankara Blast (Will Worley / The Independent)


    3. How ‘I Don’t Have Facebook’ Became the New Annoying ‘I Don’t Watch TV’ (Heather Dockray / Mashable)

    4. The Second Smartphone Revolution (Fred Wilson / AVC)

    5. The New York Times Just Bought a Hot Marketing Company (Jonathan Vanian / Fortune)


    6. Sean Parker: The Media Built Twitter, and Now It’s Bringing It Down (Kurt Wagner / Re/code)

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